WRGB fans this weekend are being asked by Welsh police to help solve a murder mystery.
The remains of a man were found by a rally spectator in 2015 in Clocaenog Forest and this year’s fans are being given leaflets to try and jog their memories of seeing anyone resembling him in previous years at the event.
Development company Righacres and Cardiff Council have been blamed for an embarrassing delay to creating the new £20 M central bus station in the city.
It was due to open at the end of this year but inability to let building space around the square has led to a redesign and it will now not be completed before 2020, while bus services are scattered about the city centre.
The clocks go back tonight and it’s bad news for drivers.
A third of Britain’s six million streetlights will be turned off or dimmed to save power, Confused.com found, and that’s 195,000 lights on Welsh roads.
More children than before are being hurt in road accidents during the evening school run, show statistics from the DoT.
A quarter of the near 16,000 children last year were hurt between 3 and 5pm and now RoSPA is calling for changes to the daylight saving routine so evenings are brighter.
It’s the ultimate small Fiat 500, and it fits in your pocket.
Just 4,000 Fiat 500 coins will be struck by the Italian State Mint with a €5 face value or €40 for a collectors’ edition.
A yellow Reliant Regal three-wheeler used in some episodes of Only Fools and Horses will be auctioned next month.
The 1968 car will go under the hammer during the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show in the NEC on 11 & 12 November.
Now is the time to consider switching to a set of winter tyres, say TyreSafe.
The retailer group point out that winter tyres offer more grip in low temperatures with more groves and different rubber compounds to cope with seasonal changes.